Molecular Diagnostics: For the Clinical Laboratorian

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William B. Coleman, Gregory J. Tsongalis
Humana Press, 1997 - Medical - 390 pages
Molecular Diagnostics: For the Clinical Laboratorian is written for those in a clinical laboratory who wish to keep up with the rapidly growing area of molecular diagnostics. The authors specifically address DNA methods of importance to the clinical laboratorian, including PCR and FISH, that highlight applications to the diagnosis of various forms of disease.

The developments and applications of molecular biology for the analysis of nucleic acids in the clinical laboratory is impacting diagnostic testing in an unprecedented manner and changing the way laboratory medicine is practiced. Molecular Diagnostics: For the Clinical Laboratorian provides the background necessary to stay on top of this fast-paced field.

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